India to open first Apple online store
Apple says it will open its first online store in India next week. In late August, Bloomberg reported that Apple would open an online store in India ahead of the festival. The company has now released an official statement saying it will open an online store in India on September 23.
Apple has been operating in India for more than 20 years, but will only open an official online store next week. To date, Apple’s products have been distributed in India through e-commerce outlets such as Amazon and Flipkart.
At the Apple Online Store, customers can choose what they want to buy with the help of Apple Specialists. Apple Specialists will help customers solve product problems and provide the necessary services in both Hindi and English.
Customers can purchase products from the Apple online store via Debit Card, Credit Card EMI; Net Banking; Credit Card You can pay with UPI and RuPay. Apple says it will charge for free products purchased online.
Apple is assembling a number of smartphones, including the iPhone 11, at its Foxconn and Wistron plants in two southern Indian states.